Kawasaki has finally unveiled its 4-cylinder, 250cc performance bike, the ZX-25R. The ZX-25R is a true engineering marvel, as the small capacity engine is fitted with 4 cylinders to maximise performance and track rideability. Apart from that, the ZX-25R is now also the only bike in the 250cc segment to be equipped with a parallel 4-cylinder engine. In terms of exact details, the bike is fitted with a 249cc, water-cooled, 4-stroke parallel 4-cylinder, DOHC, 4-valve engine, that provides abundant torque at low and medium speeds with extra power at higher speeds, while the other detailed specifications of the bike have not been revealed yet.
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In addition, the intake and exhaust system tuning produces the unique sound of a high-speed engine that allows the rider to experience a sharp and sensual engine sound each time they twist the throttle. In terms of design, the Kawasaki ZX-25R gets the design philosophy from the Superbike World Championship and other recently launched bikes in the Kawasaki lineup. The chassis components consist of: a lightweight trellis frame, an advanced front suspension system, a radial-mount monoblock calliper, a horizontal back-link rear suspension, etc., to provide excellent cornering performance during high-speed track riding. The other premium features and rider support technologies on the bike include: KTRC (Kawasaki Traction Control), Power Mode, and KQS (Kawasaki Quick Shifter).
In other news, Kawasaki also launched the naked streetfighter version of the Ninja H2 and called it the Z H2 Streetfighter. As we already know, Kawasaki had previously teased the launch of the new Z H2 on their social media handles and YouTube. However, once revealed, the bike turned out to be even better than what we had hoped for. This top-level Z with its ultimate hyper naked machine encourages the mass to anticipate the future of modern technology and machinery. Along with the Z H2, even the ZX-25R is set to be a hit with the audience in Japan at the Tokyo Motor Show. Stay tuned for more updates about these bikes!